mercredi 24 août 2016

Democratic Republic of Congo: And if the country don’t survived to the Current crisis?

That would be the Constitution, alas, a selective interpretation?

            What would then become the famous articles of the Constitution mentioned at every turn, including the recruitment of new majors (5), the defeat of any attempt to seize power by force (64), a renewable mandate once the President of the Republic and the retention of the latter until the installation of the new President of the Republic elected (70), the convening of the electorate for the presidential (73), the vacancy in the presidency Republic (75), the mandatory implementation of judgments of the Constitutional Court (178) or the so-called locked provisions (220)?
            One wonders, in fact, what use all the fortified appropriate initiatives such as the Dialogue, the U.N. Resolution 2277, the conclave of Genval Brussels, meetings of Presidential Majority  and Rally of July, and even the day "city dead ", on August 23, 2016, in protest against the latest measures of liberalization of the political space taken by the government and considered insufficient and the final challenge of the facilitator Edem Kodjo by the radical opposition? Everything would go awry, though some would find their account because of hidden agendas ...

Alarms of the Brookings Institute’s Conference…

            The Brookings Institute organized in mid-August 2016 a conference on the D.R.C. with speakers, side Congo, Balumuene ambassador and U.S. side, the former director of U.S.A.I.D. in Kinshasa, Anthony Gambino, in addition to Special envoy of the United States Great Lakes, Thomas Perriello.
            Of the dispatch of the A.F.P. of August 17, 2016 entitled "D.R.C.: Washington fears of violence if Kabila is clinging to power,"
it appears the following statements:
  Balumuene the ambassador seeking a "time after 20 December, almost a year to prepare for elections".
            Citing security and economic challenges facing the country as a result, among others, war M23, he accused "the opposition and some foreign partners"
of wanting to "use the streets, a mass revolution to oust Kabila ". He believes that with this scheme, "no one will be able to provide post-chaos", that "the implosion of the DRC should be avoided at all costs" and that there is no interest in create a second Libya in Central Africa ".
              Anthony Gambino believes that "the Congo is one month of full constitutional crisis",
that "the Constitution of the Congo must be respected" and that "the president was to take place, if not in 2016, the as early as possible in 2017 ".
              Thomas Perriello is convinced that "the closer one comes to these deadlines, the less plausible scenarios are good and bad are likely. And he warned: "If we do not find a negotiated solution, these extremely worrying scenarios could result in violence."
In short, Washington is for a negotiated solution, hear a presidential to be held at least 2017, if the deadline of 2016 is not tenable. Kinshasa (Power) agrees.
Normally, with the pre-electoral operations in progress - moreover encouraged by all the "makers" of the world, however, are slow to put their hands in the pocket - the debate on paragraph 2 of article 70 should not create tightness, as well as around the Dialogue.
            Alas, it is rather the political escalation that we are witnessing. The proof: the accentuation of wrangling through the hardening of prerequisites. Whose spiciest is not the release of prisoners of conscience, much less the reopening of closed media), but the finality of the facilitation Kodjo reiterated by the Rally. Concretely speaking, it is the suicidal logic "Come what may!".

Recall of Kinshasa events in 2008.

            It is not known whether, the massacre of last August 13, 2016 in Beni was mentioned. Especially since it confirms the fears of many observers on the willingness and ability of the U.N. force in the D.R.C. to ensure its protection mandate of the Congolese population, especially that of the eastern part in insecure maintained by national armed groups and foreign armed groups.
            During his weekly press conference on Wednesday, August 17, 2016 devoted entirely to this massacre, UN mission in Congo has practically kicked into touch, in the words of a newspaper, claiming that the security charge is entirely up to the government.
 "I think the question is central to the extent that the architecture of the defense and security in the Congo, which as I recall, is the first work, action and mandate of the Armed Forces of the DRC , the Congolese national Police and other security structures of the D.R.C. ", said Dr Mamadou Diallo, Deputy Special representative of the Secretary General of the U.N..
            In this logic, he stands to reason that, if the strategy of widespread chaos, much talked about in recent times, were to occur, we would not be surprised to see M.O.N.U.S.C.O. duck and let the Congolese gut them. She would perform monitoring force it has in fact always been.
            The Kinshasa know something when in 2008, they had witnessed armed confrontation between bembistes residual forces and government forces. They had seen the elements of M.O.N.U.C. stationed outside the official residence of the Chairman, opposite the cemetery of Gombe, withdraw from the first hawkish inclinations.

Nationalist, wake up!

            The question then having to worry Congolese from all sides is what would happen to the country after the clashes feared in the coming months, but probably encouraged by some foreign partners, first to sound the alarm about the potential for a danger that they have yet programmed and for which they Schedules A, B and C. scheme a survival of the D.R.C., in Schedule B of the non-survival and Schedule C of the favorable internal dynamics in one or the other.
            In this perspective, no sensible person sees the Congo remain intact after a terrible confrontation and whose side effects embraseraient the Great Lakes region, not without affecting Central Africa, East Africa and Southern Africa.
            Taking their turn to occupy happened Africa, powers who dream of Berlin II are, courtyard, arsonists and garden side, firefighters. They do not need to break the D.R.C., 26 "separatist" representative of the 26 current provinces. Two or three "independence" from the provinces or former provinces known for their secessionist spirit or confederalist (Katanga, Kasai, Kongo Central) would do the trick. It would add today provinces such as North Kivu and Ituri. Loans leaders to be emperors home if not kings in Kinshasa. Do not follow my eyes ...

This may be in anticipation of the Final Act that M.O.N.U.S.C.O..

            These powers know that it is enough that a leader of either of these provinces justified after widespread confrontation course, leaving the devastated country, the nonsense to continue cohabitation to other leaders, who do not think less, proclaim in turn self-determination of their own provinces.
            Conscious Congolese must recognize neither Washington nor Brussels, let alone Paris or Beijing, Moscow or London, Oslo or Tokyo would find some drawback to open 26 new embassies in the 26 new states from a former D.R.C. would survive not to the current crisis.
            The Congolese must therefore conscious to admit: for 56 years, they have fun too with the way the world and the "makers" of the world tire of increasingly leadership, refusing any withdrawal, because 'continuous mothering.
            This may be in anticipation of the Final Act that M.O.N.U.S.C.O. .was deployed, that over the last 15 years, it was specifically put in a state of minimal operability, and is prepared enter a state of maximum operability, to implementing the true agenda. That of the master of the game and stakes.This game could be the trusteeship of the country. While the stakes dismemberment.
Based to the article published in  “7 sur 7 R.D.C.” of August 22, 2016  by Omer Nsongo DIE LEMA

dimanche 7 août 2016

Gambia: Gambian constitution replaced by the Koran!

President Yahya Jammeh said that now the Holy Quran will rule the Gambia and not the constitution, reported the website Gambia "Freedomnewspaper"

"I'm not afraid to say anywhere, in any part of the world, and to any person as a Muslim. I only Almighty Allah. And the Islamic Republic of The Gambia, will really be an Islamic country, "he said.

"We are an Islamic state based on the Holy Qur'an (...). Islam is the most noble religion and it will last that people like it or not. And I will not put at risk my religion because Islam is the religion of Allah (...) The Constitution is the Koran because it is through it that we will be judged, "he said in front of many invited foreign Arabs.

A captain, a career soldier ...

Came to power in 1994 by a military coup, Yahya Jammeh (50 years), military career was first elected in 1996 and re-elected three times (in 2001, 2006 and then in November 2011 with 72% voice). Since then, he reigns supreme over his country surrounded by Senegal except its coastline and its 2 million inhabitants (95% Muslim and 5% Christian).
He passed in 2002 a constitutional amendment removing the limit on the number of mandates. His regime is accused by N.G.O. enforced disappearances, assassinations, extrajudicial killings and harassment of the press and defenders of human rights, charges he has repeatedly denied.
So beware of poor Gambians have not read or understood the Qur'an! But which, that of the Islamic State and Boko Haram or the other, the  Islam of lights?

         "Quousque tandem Yahya Jammeh abutere patientia nostra? Quamdiu etiam furor iste tuus our eludet? quem ad finem sese effrenata iactabit audacia ?, ( "How long, Yahya Jammeh you indulge and abuse our patience? How long your folly will it challenge us? How far is your audacity brazen it unleashes? "would have exclaimed Tillius Marcus Cicero (106-43 B.C.), if he was the president of the African Union today!